Let It Go From Frozen Sung By 21 Disney Characters

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Let It Go From Frozen Sung By 21 Disney Characters

The brilliant song Let It Go from Frozen has inspired many cover versions and videos, but this has to be one of the very best out there. In Brian Hull’s amazing version of Let It Go he impersonates 21 Disney and Pixar characters.

This Let It Go Frozen song version is guaranteed to make you smile!

Mr Hull is a 22-year-old vocal performance major who attends Dallas Baptist University. As you can see from the video he is incredibly talented and we are sure that this is not the last time we will be seeing him perform.

He made the video to have a chance of winning a $100 gift card. He posted the video to his Facebook page and it was shared by so many people that it quickly went viral.

He sings Let It Go in the voices of 212 Disney and Pixar characters including Scar from the Lion King, Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Lumiere and Cogsworth from Beuaty and The Beast and Jack Sparrow from Pirates of the Caribbean.

Let It Go is one of the most successful Disney songs ever. It made the Billboard Top 100 and of course won The Academy Award for Best Original Song.

What I love about this version is not only how talented and entertaining Brian Hull is but also how much his love and appreciation for the Disney and Pixar movies shines through. He says on his now very popular YouTube Page:

‘With so many covers of Let it Go coming out, people may forget the original Disney magic that this song has, so what better way to preserve that magic (than) with other Disney and Pixar characters singing the song!’

Which is your favorite character that Brian Hull impersonates in Let It Go? We think Jack Sparrow is the winner for us. Did the Let It Go From Frozen Sung By 21 Disney Characters make you smile?

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